Pollution, hormone residues in food and water, stress, birth control pills, chemicals present in cosmetics and body products, lack of exercise, are few of the factors to, have an impact on the fragile balance female hormone.

This is in addition to natural fluctuations in a woman live from adolescence to the age of the wise woman. This dance of the hormones will prove painful for many but not all is lost.

“The Moons”, What Is It?

Often called the menstrual cycle of women, especially menstruation “moons.” People will say: “I’m in my moons.” This reference to the cycle is parallel with the Moon and comes from the monthly rate in a woman life. As the Moon, she becomes, more full.

Indeed, the endometrium of the uterus thickens during the menstrual cycle and eventually dissolves every month and results in the menstrual bleeding. Several women may have a little swollen belly before the days of their moons. “To have her Moons” is a vocabulary that is more poetic and closer to the vitality of woman, symbolizing not only a very fruitful and a full belly, but also feminine curves.

The plant of Women

The raspberry leaf1 (Rubus idaeus L.) is the plant of choice for a healthy female reproductive system. It tones the entire reproductive system, regulates the menstrual cycle and hormones. Excellent to be used from puberty to menopause, and even through pregnancy.

Other Useful Plants

The flowering tops and leaves of yarrow1,3 (Achillea millefolium L.) tones and regulates the female reproductive system and helps eliminate excess estrogen. They are used in treatment of cysts, fibroids, endometriosis and also the premenopausal conditions.

The flowering tops and leaves alchemilla2 (Alchemilla vulgaris L.) invigorates the reproductive system and are useful to reduce an excessive menstrual flow and menstrual cramps. Alchemilla help the uterus to reposition faster after childbirth. It is used in cases of cysts and fibroids, mainly for its regulatory effect on hormone levels and their astringency.

Green straw flowers and oat flowers (Avena sativa L.) are calming, nervine and anti-inflammatory. Flowering Oats are very nutritious and mineralizing. It promotes the assimilation of vitamins and minerals and alkaline body. It is a plant that invigorates the whole body by rebuilding vital energy, including the uterus and reproductive system.

The nettle leaves3 (Urtica dioica L.) support and invigorate the body. Nettle is the specialist in iron, it is very nutritious and mineralizing. Excellent in fatigue and anemia.

Flowering tops red clover3 (Trifolium pratense L.) are very nutritious, rich in minerals and alkalizing. Clover is a reconstructor and a good blood purifier. It is also rich in phytoestrogens and often very useful in hot flashes during perimenopause.

How to Take these Plants?

All these plants can be consumed as a tea or liquid concentrate. Preference will be given to the infusion for the raspberry, nettle, oat and red clover, in order to fully benefit from their nutritional value and richness in minerals. To maintain the reproductive system, take one or two cups of tea per day or 10 to 15 drops of concentrated liquid mixture of plants useful for you. If a disruption occurs, take three or four times a day.

These few plants will accompany you on your way to become a woman. Your reproductive system will benefit from their advantages, but also your whole body. You will be calmer and your vitality will increase.


  1. Slightly stimulates the uterine muscle, so take in low concentrations during pregnancy, especially if there is a history of miscarriage.
  2. To avoid during pregnancy.
  3. Possible interactions with other drugs.